GitHub User: dbruns
Yeah, I've figured that out, but it would be nice to know why Ryan didn't have to do that. Is there a better way?
I get that from simply doing an rake db:migrate on development with an hstore type :(
PG::Error: ERROR: type "hstore" does not exist is the exact error.
I tried following along but I'm having problems with hstore. I've upgraded to the latest version of postgres with homebrew, but rake db:migrate complains about hstore not being a valid type...
How do you autocomple the "restrict_access". It looked like it cycled through a few options...
I'm not sure you'd really need to do anything different... Just follow the cancan episode
I have to admit I was disappointed when I saw the topic for this week's railscast. The name and description just weren't what I was hoping for. Each week I look forward to learning a new way to use ruby/rails to solve problems by writing code. Pry was just a replacement for irb "UGH".
THEN . . . I watched it.
Wow. Thank you, Ryan. I'm betting that in less than a week, Pry will have saved me hours worth of time.
Lesson learned: Never judge Ryan's screencasts before watching them.
I've been using Sunspot for over a year now and it is very nice, however one thing that seems to be avoided anywhere Sunspot is mentioned is that getting it setup in a production environment can be very tedious. Its actually a real PITA.